Time Management for the Chronically Ill (and others with long-term roadblocks)
When you're battling chronic illness, regular time management methods don't always work very well.
might have certain tasks scheduled for certain days, but the same ones
get skipped repeatedly because you're just not up to it on the right
lower-priority tasks become no-priority tasks because it's all you can
do to keep up with the absolute-musts, so the laundry piles up, or the
grass grows, or...
something is being left undone.
new approach was needed. Something designed especially for those whose
available energy is about as dependable as clear skies.
this course, you'll learn six alternative time management methods
created especially for us. (Yes, I'm in that boat, too.) Pick and
choose or combine them as best fits your needs.
You'll learn how to decide if a given approach is a good fit for you.
You'll learn how to make use of the "good days" to prepare for the "bad days."
You'll learn a trick for staying on top of the highest priorities without the middle priorities falling by the wayside.
Rachel has been married for 21 years, and she and her husband have five children, ranging from preschool to young adult. She has an AAS in Complementary/Alternative Medicine from American College of Healthcare Sciences and a BS in Interdisciplinary Studies (holistic health, life coaching, and business) from Liberty University. More importantly, she has a passion for holistic health, and for helping people pursue health and balance so they can maximize their potential. Like every other conscientious mom on a budget, she's engaged in the constant juggling act of balancing priorities within the limitations of finite resources.